divine englannista suomeksi
etsiä taikavarvulla, etsiä vettä varvun avulla
yli-inhimillinen, jumalan, ylimaallinen
ennustaa, nähdä ennakolta, arvata, aavistaa
Of or pertaining to a god.
Of superhuman or surpassing excellence.
(RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)
(RQ:Shakespeare Richard 2)
1632, (w), ''The Iron Age, Part 2'':
- (Of that at leaſure) but the bloody ſtageOn which to act, Generall this night is thine,Thou lyeſt downe mortall, who muſt riſe diuine.
(RQ:South Twelve Sermons)
(RQ:Denham The Progress of Learnin)
- Poets were the first divines.
A minister of the gospel; a priest; a clergyman.
December 22, 1820, John Woodbridge, ''Sermon preached in Hadley in commemoration of the landing our fathers at Plymouth''
- The first divines of New England (..) were surpassed by none in extensive erudition.
- a sagacity which divined the evil designs
*(RQ:Shakespeare Richard 2) divine his downfall?
- no secret can be toldTo any who divined it not before
- If in the loneliness of his studio he wrestled desperately with the Angel of the Lord he never allowed a soul to divine his anguish.
- I suppose that we truly are divining that what is is some third thing when we say that change and stability are.
To render divine; to deify.
- Living on earth like angel new divined.
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